White House: Trump wants supportive senators, but Moore's fate up to voters
Sanders takes questions at a White House briefing. Photo: AP
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said, "The president wants people in the House and the Senate that support his agenda," when asked if Trump would approve of Roy Moore's election to the U.S. Senate. She also said repeatedly that Trump is leaving the decision to the people of Alabama. That followed similar comments from Kellyanne Conway on Monday morning
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